Morning Bites: The Fitzgerald Test, Victorian Slang, Lena as Roth, David Berman, and More

Did you know about The Men’s Dress Reform Party of the 1920s? You probably should…

“I used to feel that the novel output of Fitzgerald was like the literary version of the Myers Briggs test: whichever one a person favored was some fundamental indicator of his or her personality.” – Lydia Kiesling on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night at The Millions.

Howard Megdal thinks Lena Dunham is the new Philip Roth.

An evening with David Berman? Yes, we want to go to that.

The Hairpin has you covered in the event that you want to study up on Victorian slang. (Of course you want to do that.)

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